Bioterrorism, Public Health and the Law 
Law 801: Health Care Law Seminar
Professor Vernellia R. Randall

Reporting to Department

 

Syllabus
Resources
Lesson Schedule
00: Intro to the Course
01: Intro to the Problem
02: Public Health System
03: Real Threat?
04: Public Health Law
05: Disease-Reporting
06: Quarantine
07: Model Act
08: Military Presence
09: Health Law Revisited

 

Admin. Code 3701-3-06 REPORTING TO DEPARTMENT

(A) The board of health shall report to the department reports of cases, suspect cases, and positive results of laboratory examinations for notifiable diseases specified in rule 3701-3-02 of the Administrative Code as follows:

(1) Diseases specified as class A in paragraph (A)(1) of rule 3701-3-02 of the Administrative Code shall be reported by telephone immediately after the existence of such case or suspect case is known to the board of health.

(2) Diseases specified as class A in paragraph (A)(2) of rule 3701-3-02 of the Administrative Code shall be reported by the end of the next business day after the existence of such case or suspect case is known to the board of health.

(3) Diseases specified as class A in paragraph (A)(3) of rule 3701-3-02 of the Administrative Code shall be reported by the close of the working week in which the existence of such case or suspect case is known to the board of health.

(4) The number of cases of diseases specified as class B in paragraph (B) of rule 3701-3-02 of the Administrative Code shall be reported by the close of the working week in which the existence of such cases is known to the board of health. The board of health shall eliminate duplicate reports.

(5) Outbreaks, unusual incidence, or epidemics of diseases diseases [sic] specified as class C in paragraph (C) of rule 3701-3-02 of the Administrative Code shall be reported by the end of the next business day after the outbreak, unusual incidence, or epidemic is known to the board of health.

 

 
 
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 11/30/2002

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